Discussion

Let us know what you think about any topic related to the Sierra Nevada Adaptive Management Project in the forums below. The Principal Investigators on the UC Science Team cannot answer every post, but they will read all comments in their areas, and respond to comments as a group at each quarterly meeting. We greatly value your input!

Dec. 9th Meeting Participant said at 8:26 p.m. on 6 January 2006 ,

We need power to detect change; could be impacted by available funding.

Dec. 9th Meeting Participant said at 8:25 p.m. on 6 January 2006 ,

Short time-frame for response

Dec. 9th Meeting Participant said at 8:25 p.m. on 6 January 2006 ,

Need high signal to noise ratio in species selection: species that will give us a response to treatments, as opposed to a variety of other influences

Dec. 9th Meeting Participant said at 8:24 p.m. on 6 January 2006 ,

What’s anticipated cost, how will it be funded short and long-term?

Dec. 9th Meeting Participant said at 8:23 p.m. on 6 January 2006 ,

Water quality parameters: need to put erosion in a historical perspective, not simply near-historical (sedimentation needs to be analyzed in context: see similar comment above)

Dec. 9th Meeting Participant said at 8:23 p.m. on 6 January 2006 ,

How do we integrate all modules if a single site, including wildlife, so they all come together?

Dec. 9th Meeting Participant said at 8:23 p.m. on 6 January 2006 ,

How do we integrate all modules if a single site, including wildlife, so they all come together?

Dec. 9th Meeting Participant said at 8:22 p.m. on 6 January 2006 ,

Use common vegetation classifications, and canopy and crown closures; and wildlife concerns

Dec. 9th Meeting Participant said at 8:22 p.m. on 6 January 2006 ,

Use common vegetation classifications, and canopy and crown closures; and wildlife concerns

Dec. 9th Meeting Participant said at 8:22 p.m. on 6 January 2006 ,

Site selection criteria need to be able to sort watershed variability: historic, background, natural events. Need to be able to accurately attribute to current management practices

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